We at Bike Republic Sölden have a vision: we want you to feel at home with us, no matter if you’re a beginner or a pro, a downhiller, an enduro rider or an altitude collector. We want you to feel welcome on the trails, in our mountain huts and at the après-bike in town. That's why we shaped the trails, built new sections and continue to offer our best every day. We want you to experience the magic of a trail day with your friends and come back to the valley with a smile on your face. We want you to feel the flow and take the energy home with you.
It's especially important to us that you feel comfortable, even if it's your first time on the trails. Our blue routes are perfect for your first experience of riding in a trail park. You can improve step-by-step and before you know it, you'll be rocking the descents from the top. If you'd like some support, take a look at our bike schools where we teach you the basics in a friendly environment: bikerepublic.soelden.com/de/home/urlaubsregion/bikeschulen-guides.html
In this Collection, we present three enduro Tours and three long lines, which show you the best trails and the most beautiful spots in our Bike Republic park. You can reach the starting point of our long lines, Giggijoch and Rotkogel, via the cable cars, which take you up to over 2,600 metres (8,500 ft) in a rather relaxed way. If you love alpine trails, a particular highlight is the descent on the Fernar Trail and there’s even a specific shuttle service for this. The Windach B, Silbertal and Schölder enduro Tours are between 10 and 23 kilometres (6 and 14.3 mi) long and have a maximum elevation of 930 metres (3,050 ft); if you’re motivated, you can also complete them in half a day. Tip: If you want to save yourself the climb, you can also reach the descents of the Schölder and Silbertal enduro routes by cable car.
After being out on the trails, Sölden has everything you need to round off the day. Whether at the pump track or in one of the many pubs, this is where the community comes together and lets the day come to a relaxed end. You’ll also find a wide variety of accommodation options in the area: choose between first-class hotels, cosy guesthouses and a campsite. Although we’re located right on the main ridge of the Swiss Alps, we’re surprisingly easy to reach. Besides travelling by car, the train is a great option. From Ötztal station to Sölden, the bus will take you and your bike the last part of the way. You can find more information here: bikerepublic.soelden.com/de/home/urlaubsregion/anreise-nach-soelden.html
This enduro tour takes you into the Windach Valley on the eastern side of the valley. Since there are no lifts on this side, it is quite calm and contemplative here. The tour is just under 11 kilometers long and has an altitude of 610 meters. In addition to a beautiful natural trail, you will also find rustic alpine pastures, where you will be served delicious local delicacies.
The Silbertal Enduro Tour not only has a good name but also great trails. With an altitude of 670 meters and just under 20 kilometers, the tour is challenging but definitely manageable. If you still need a little motivation, pointing out the three great refreshment stops that you will pass after the ascent is guaranteed to help. You could shorten the tour with the gondola, but let's be honest: pedaling altitude meters yourself simply feels better!
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Quite a few consider the Enduro Tour Schölder to be one of the highlights in Sölden. The tour strings together three of the best trails and takes you across the entire Bike Republic. To reach the trails, you first go up the Gaislach MTB route in Enduro style on your own. Almost 900 meters later you have reached the start of the first trail.
With our Long Lines, the name says it all: over 1,200 meters of trail depth await you on the descent from the Rotkogel. The technical challenge of the trails is medium, but due to the length this descent is very demanding. If you haven't ridden such long trails before, then this descent is certainly feasible for you thanks to the breaks between the individual trail sections.
At 16 kilometers, the descent from Giggijoch is our longest long line and connects no less than five trails. Despite its length, except for the first part on the Ollweit Line, it is not too difficult to ride and is suitable for all Bike Republicans who already feel comfortable on flow trails. Between the individual trails you will always find places to stop for refreshments and so you can react very well to any fatigue that may arise.